From This is My Milwaukee
Page 62, 63
IF YOU NEED TO LEAVE
Even hardy settlers from the Dormant era sometimes
had to change their plans; maybe their homestead sim-
ply ran out of nutritious grubs, or their wagons were
unable to ford a treacherous river. Try as we might, the
Milwaukee Tourism Commission can't offer everything
to everyone. That's why, if you've ever "gotta go," we'll
gladly shake your hand, give you a slap on the back, and
wish you a full-throated "Happy trails, pard'ner!" pro-
vided that you take the following steps:
- Fill out (in quintuplicate) a Standard BG-90
"Happy Trails, Pard'ner!" Voluntary Citizenry/Stu-
dentry Evacuation Couplet.
- Jettison all affiliated personnel in the event of a
BG-90 Couplet failure.
- Return rented/leased rebreather apparati, in-
cluding but not limited to the Mark II Blackstar
Personal Rebreather, the MX "Big Kid" Juvenile Re-
breather, and the "Lil' Missy" Blackstar Rebreather
for Her (for Petites and Plus-sizes, please contact
All citizens, visitors, tradeswomen, and otherwise
uncategorized humanry who fail to complete the com-
pulsory emigration steps will lose, immediately and in
perpetuity, and only to be restored by Mayoral pardon,
the ability to apply for the 15% Tequila Tuesday discount
at participating FeBrizzio's resturants.
A PARTING THOUGHT
This may seem like the end of the story, settler, but your
trail has only just begun.
There's a lot of information in these dusty pages.
LIke Voltaire sez, "Knowledge is power--so watch your
back!" If there is anything in this tome you find confus-
ing or unclear, we urge you to reread it several times,
perhaps from a different perspective ... or maybe after a
good night's rest?
However you interpret its contents, we hope our
booklet will serve as your stalwart companion--and, if
necessary, solid fuel--as you make your way to Milwau-
AnaTate Mellon MAYOR